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Take amazing selfies. Get optimized workout stats. Use Siri with your AirPods when your iPhone is across the room.

We're featuring tips from actress Tatiana Lee (@mstatilee) to show you how she uses her Apple devices to get things done. Check out the thread below 👇
#GAAD Do more with accessible technology
“Hey Siri, text my trainer that I'm on my way.”
“Hey Siri, start my workout playlist.”
“Hey Siri, find a juice bar nearby.”
The hands-free possibilities are endless.

Here’s how to use Hey Siri with your new AirPods:
Set up your Apple Watch as a wheelchair user, and you'll get dedicated workouts, push counts in place of step counts, and reminders to roll instead of stand.

Here's how: Wheelchair Settings on Apple WatchStep 1: In the Watch app, tap HealthStep 2: Tap Edit, then tap WheelchairStep 3: Select Yes and tap Done
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On this #GlobalAccessibilityAwarenessDay, inspired to hear @lynnekjolso talk about #Inclusivity @Microsoft. One of the best keynotes I've attended i recent years!

Being #inclusive is such a win-win, yet many businesses don't pay enough attention.

#GAAD @CdnMarketing #CMAevents
So many great takeaways from the session.

"#Diversity is I am different.
#Inclusion is I matter."

~Kathleen Hall, CVP Brand, Advertising and Research @Microsoft
"Inclusive culture drives innovation.
Inclusive products remove barriers.
Inclusive #marketing resonates."
~ @lynnekjolso
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For global accessibility day I'm taking some time to work on getting transitions in the Ember router to announce themselves to assistive technology reliably.

Looking for something quick to do?

Add role=search to your marketing site's search form.…

It makes your search box show up as a search landmark. This makes a huge difference to effectively finding it.

Looking for something a little more ambitious? Set up and use a screen reader for the day.…

Nothing improves your understanding of how it feels to use a screen reader than using one.

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Today the first game I’ve ever worked on as a UX Designer, #AltFrequencies, is out! And since it’s #GAAD I wanted to make a short thread about our development process on accessibility features and how we included them in our design @gbla11yday
Alt-Frequencies is an audio-based game which has several accessibility features, especially for blind and low-vision gamers. The game is entirely playable using only sound.
Right at the beginning of the production, we wanted to include several accessibility features within our game, to make sure that as many people as possible could enjoy it.
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I keep hearing 7.1+ & seeing Oaxaca
Just putting this here^…
I seem to have missed this one:…
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